Scott County Public Schools

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(10)
High
(2)
Middle
(3)
Elementary
(7)
Pre-K
(6)
Private
(1)
There are 10 public schools in Scott County, Tennessee, serving 4,377 students.
Minority enrollment is 1% of the student body (majority Hispanic and Asian), which is less than the Tennessee state average of 34%.
The student:teacher ratio of 14:1 is less than the state average of 15:1.

Scott County Public Schools

  • School Location Students Grades
  • OneidaBurchfield Elementary School
    1112 West 3rd
    OneidaTN37841
    (423)569-4935
    551 students | Gr. PK-8
  • HuntsvilleFairview Elementary School
    8702 Baker Hwy
    HuntsvilleTN37756
    (423)663-3700
    487 students | Gr. PK-8
  • Huntsville
    Huntsville Elementary School
    3221 Baker
    HuntsvilleTN37756
    (423)663-2520
    492 students | Gr. PK-8
  • Huntsville
    Huntsville Middle School
    3101 Baker
    HuntsvilleTN37756
    (423)663-2192
    272 students | Gr. 5-8
  • OneidaOneida Elementary School
    330 Claude Terry
    OneidaTN37841
    (423)569-8340
    624 students | Gr. PK-5
  • Oneida
    Oneida High School
    372 North Main
    OneidaTN37841
    (423)569-8818
    371 students | Gr. 6-12
  • Oneida
    Oneida Middle School
    376 North Main
    OneidaTN37841
    (423)569-2468
    284 students | Gr. 6-8
  • RobbinsRobbins Elementary School
    355 School House
    RobbinsTN37852
    (423)627-4354
    300 students | Gr. PK-8
  • HuntsvilleScott High School
    400 Scott High
    HuntsvilleTN37756
    (423)663-2801
    753 students | Gr. 9-12
  • WinfieldWinfield Elementary School
    23366 Scott
    WinfieldTN37892
    (423)569-8288
    243 students | Gr. PK-8

County Statistics

About Scott County County Statistics (TN) State Statistics
Population (Approximate) 20,807 people 6,238,518 people
Age 25+ w/College Degree 10% 18%
Median Household Income $27,361 $38,720
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Did You Know?
Scott County, TN public schools have a diversity scoreThe chance that two students selected at random would be members of a different ethnic group. Scored from 0 to 1, a diversity score closer to 1 indicates a more diverse student body. of 0.32, which is lower than the Tennessee average of 0.5. The most diverse school district in Scott County is Davenport Community School District School District. Read more about public school diversity statistics in Tennessee or in the USA.